Korg introduces the PitchHawk G-2 and the PitchHawk U-2, updated versions of the PitchHawk clip-on guitar and bass, and ukulele tuners that were introduced last year.
Now featuring color display, the new G-2 (for Guitar and Bass) and U-2 (for ukulele) are compact, sleek and have an ultra-tight grip for better holding power. Easy to use with great visibility and quality, they are equally suited to the beginning musician or the professional, said Brian Piccolo, tuner brand manager at KORG USA.
While adding the color display, the PitchHawk G-2 and U-2 retain the same great features of the original PitchHawk: high durability that stands up to wear and aging, a warning function to prevent over winding the first string (particularly by the beginner), auto-power off to conserve power and memory back-up.
Since it was founded in 1963, Korg’s goal has been to create new experiences in music and performance. That was what drove the creation of Japan’s first disc-based rhythm machine, the Doncamatic, and then led to the development of Japan’s first synthesizer and the world’s first needle-type tuner, followed by numerous unique instruments that have brought the enjoyment of musical performance to many people around the world. More information may be obtained at http://www.korg.com/us/